How about Wallonia? This is the French-speaking southern part of the country, which has much to offer. There’s the famous Leffe beers of Hainaut, the sparkling wines of Ruffus, which has a two-year waiting list to buy a bottle and the award winning chocolates of Legast.
There are cities to explore too, including the capital Namur, Dinant – birthplace of the saxophone – Mariembourg, which is EU recognised for its natural beauty and then there’s Durbuy that calls itself the world’s smallest city.
After all that sightseeing you can indulge in a cone of frites on the banks of the Lesse.